We got married!

Hey everyone! We got married today!


All I have picture-wise are the shots on my own camera. More will trickle in in the following days.

It rained. All day. Fireworks are cancelled. We held the ceremony indoors. Everybody still had lots and lots of catfish and barbecue, though, so I hope everybody went home happy.



16 thoughts on “We got married!

  1. Congratulations! Despite the weather you look soooo happy! The decorations and table settings are gorgeous! Look forward to seeing more pictures of your wonderful day!

  2. Congratulations! May your marriage be very, very happy! πŸ™‚
    You both look so beautiful and happy. Your eyes are sparkling and shining from happiness, Kat. πŸ™‚ I am very happy for you two. Best wishes from Saint Petersburg, Russia.

  3. Squee! Congratulations! It looked like a lovely reception, can’t wait to see the rest of the pics!

    Also, did you guys make your own cake toppers? They are hilariously awesome. Also, the cupcake stand is amazingly giant.

  4. Yep, Sparks provided the vacuum tubes and I made the toppers. He builds tube amplifiers as a hobby, so I thought it’d be cute πŸ™‚

  5. In Spain it is said that “novia mojada, novia afortunada”, that means something like ” wet bride, fortunate (or lucky) bride”
    I wish you the best!

    Seemed to be a great wedding and the cupcake tower was amazing!

  6. I love your website. I came upon it by looking up information on snapdragons.

    Congratulations on your marriage. The cake is beautiful, with all your talent with cooking and baking, just wanted to know if you made the cake along with the cupcakes.

    I am not a sewer or knitter, but am in awe at your talent with your quilting, knitting. I know the popular item to have here in Wisconsin is aprons. Have you ever thought of becoming an entrepreneur with your talents? Such as putting all your blog information in a book form or selling your items you make? I think people are going back to the simple things such as quilting, sewing, knitting and wanting items with character and having them be homemade, like the aprons we are seeing a lot of at craft fairs and fests here in WI.

  7. I made a couple of simple aprons several years ago, but have been generally avoiding garment sewing because I didn’t have a serger… but now that I do, I have every best intention of getting back to it. As soon as I finished a few other projects (heh. heh heh.)

    I definitely dream of this blog being noticed and of being offered a book deal; I think, though, that I got onto the scene too late to have much chance of it happening–there are just too many excellent blogs out there. I do sell a few things in my mostly-neglected Etsy shop.

    Thanks for stopping by!

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